Here’s a news release from Faber about its upcoming anniversary:
Faber Construction, providing Western Washington with quality buildings, homes and site work since 1987, is celebrating its 25th anniversary with an open house Thursday, Dec. 13.
Appetizers and beverages will be offered from 4-7 p.m. in Faber Construction’s main office at 131 E. Grover St., Lynden.
Faber Construction, owned by Rick and Debbie Faber, has steadily evolved and expanded since its initial focus on agricultural construction. With success building medical centers, schools, apartments, restaurants and other specialty projects, Faber Construction has become a fully integrated company with 50 employees and the versatility to handle projects ranging from $5,000 to $12 million.
The company’s notable projects include a 20,000-square-foot manufacturing facility built last year for Index Sensors and Controls, the Port of Bellingham’s first LEED Gold facility. Faber Construction’s diverse portfolio also includes buildings for Bakerview Square, Birch Bay Square and Cornerstone Christian School. Current projects include construction of the Woodway Town Hall in Edmonds and renovation of Seattle City Light’s historical houses in Diablo.
While Faber Construction has performed site work and built custom homes for many years, it recently created two divisions that focus on those areas. Faber Earthworks was founded in 2009 to offer public and private site work, including parks, roads, and water and sewer projects. West Coast Homes, a member of the Lindal Cedar Homes Dealer network, was added in 2011.
“I attribute our success to our faith and an incredible team,” said Rick Faber, company president. “Many of our crew members have been with us for years, providing quality and stability for our clients.”
For more information, call Faber Construction at (360) 354-3500 or visit www.FaberConstruction.com.